From snow to ash

It’s a brave journalist who – after winning Walkleys for his work – decides to quit his job and throw it all in for five…

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Film review: Rams

Even in its most dramatic moments, Rams fails to yank a lasting emotion. What it does well is create a genuine picture of real Australiana.

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Film review: Rebecca

There is only one question for the latest adapation of Rebecca to answer – why was this made?

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Film review: The trial of the Chicago 7

Aaron Sorkin, the constant idealist, finds the perfect film to make his style more topical than ever before.

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Sweet Sorrow

David Nicholls eschews the traditions of romance in narrative without falling prey to cynicism.

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Film review: Miss Juneteenth

Drawn from her own experiences growing up in Texas, Channing Godfrey Peoples crafts a beautiful love letter to womanhood, motherhood and African-American culture.

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Either Side of Midnight

Sam Midford opens the monologue for his weekly current affairs show by shooting himself in the head. It’s this heart-in-your-mouth scene that opens Either Side…

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Fallout

Can a single magazine article change international thinking? Can a magazine allow one article to be an entire issue? 

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Anxious People

Anxious People is described as “One bank robber. Seven strangers. And a really bad idea”. It is a blunt introduction to our everyday survival and…

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Film review: On The Rocks

Sofia Coppola has made some of the most distinctive pieces of cinema in the past 20 years. Sometimes her work has not enough meat on…

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